Published: Mon, April 02, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Bank robbery in Hanson

Bank robbery in Hanson

The Spokane Police Department is searching for a bank robbery suspect who robbed the downtown US Bank on Riverside Avenue of an undisclosed amount of cash.

Director of Public Safety Larry Thomason said the bank called 911 and said there was a holdup. He then demanded money, saying "in sum and substance that if (the teller) did not provide the robber with money, he would "shoot" her", the complaint states.

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The 20-year-old was charged with robbery armed with an offensive weapon and cause wounding. Locust Police was contacted and went by the Elm Street address, where the suspect and suspect vehicle was located, law enforcement said.

Hargrove is being held in Warren County Jail on $1.1 million secured bond.

Investigators say the money was recovered.

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"Police linked those robberies carried out on December 12 and 15 and formed the belief that they were each committed by the same male suspect", said O'Donaghey.

Both suspects displayed handguns during the robbery. The suspects were cornered and arrested a few streets further.

KWT Cluster Commander Brigadier Luntu Ngubelanga praised the members of the police for their thorough investigation and swift response.

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